Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Programs
Upcoming Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Programs and Workshops
CSULB Faculty of Color Navigating a Successful Career Path
Upcoming workshops related to CSULB Faculty of Color will be featured here when available.
Establishing Inclusive Classroom Workshop Series
Become a BMAC (Bob Murphy Access Center) Ally Sessions
- Wednesday, September 29, 2021 from 2pm-3:30pm
- Monday, October 4, 2021 from 9:30am-11am
- Tuesday, October 12, 2021 from 2pm-3:30pm
Restorative Justice Approaches to Academic Integrity Sessions
TILT Workshop: Transparency in Designing Class Assignments
- Monday, November 29th, 2021 from 10:00am to 12:00pm
- Thursday, December 2nd, 2021 from 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Equity Mindedness and Pedagogy Workshop Series
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion of Academic Affairs, The Faculty Center, and Academic Technology Services are partnering to offer a workshop series on Equity Minded Pedagogy to support instructors to best serve diverse students at CSU Long Beach.
Eligibility: This series is open to any CSULB community members with instructional responsibilities (Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty, Full and Part-Time Lecturer Faculty, Librarians, Coaches, Staff, and Graduate Students responsible for curricular or co-curricular facilitation and/or instructional duties). Priority will be given to instructors who are teaching one or more courses during the 2021-22 academic year.
Compensation: Attendees will receive $200 per session, with payments processed at the end of the fall 2021 semester. The program is supported by RRSAA (HEERF II & III), from The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II & III), authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CRRSAA) funding.
Facilitator: Dr. Deborah Faye Carter, Associate Professor, School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University, will offer this series.
Session Descriptions & Schedule
- Session 1: September 24, 10am – 12 noon via Zoom
- Equity-mindedness in overall course design
- This session will focus on building a course from the beginning while considering equity and serving racially/ethnically diverse students. Topics will focus on beginning of the semester course activities, structuring syllabi, and using technology/technological tools
- Registration link: https://csulb.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_K4n-O5o5TpqV1TyNT-Nuig
- Session 2: October 22, 10am – 12 noon via Zoom
- Introduction to pedagogical principles and teaching online
- This session will introduce basic concepts of equity-minded pedagogy and AMI teaching online, including accessibility, transparent teaching and serving racially/ethnically diverse students.
- Registration link: https://csulb.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LXOQdlMmSfKW5Cf3yvxjfA
- Session 3: November 12, 10am – 12 noon via Zoom
- Creating Classroom Community & Handling Difficult Moments
- This session will revisit some principles covered in the previous two session (but also beneficial for first time attendees) and talk about how to build classroom community among racially/ethnically diverse students. Session will further address to handle difficult moments in the classroom and recommend ideas for classroom discussion for racially/ethnically diverse learners.
- Registration link: https://csulb.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NwdK0OTIS-SjjmBVSnRdUA
The Misty Jaffe Early Leaders Program (ELP):
The 2021/2022 Early Leaders Program is a 1-year cohort program designed for those seeking or serving in new leadership roles and is open to all tenure-line and lecturer faculty. Junior faculty and faculty from historically under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to participate. This leadership pathways initiative arose out of discussions about diversity and leadership development in our college, led by Faculty Council and delivered in partnership with the Dean’s Office and the Faculty Center. This leadership pathways initiative arose out of discussions about diversity and leadership development in the CLA and the entire campus community. The inaugural offering, in spring 2020, took the form of a facilitated reading group intended to as a pilot upon which the Faculty Center will build for future university-wide efforts. The program was designed for those seeking or serving in new leadership roles and was open to all tenure-line and lecturer faculty though underrepresented faculty and junior faculty were strongly encouraged to participate. Meetings will include discussion of selected readings from the texts Strategic Diversity Leadership: Activating Transformation (Damon A. Williams 2013) and Reframing Academic Leadership (Lee Bolman & Joan Gallos 2011). Leadership topics will include:
- setting goals and expectations
- exploring agency and empowerment
- advancing diversity and equity
- contextualizing leadership
- navigating leadership opportunities